History in the Making: Pinhole Camera 1-Day Workshop

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The Basement at Phoenix Center for the Arts, Phoenix AZ

Attention photography enthusiasts! Phoenix Center for the Arts and Teaching Artist Kirby Soderberg are excited to present a hands-on one-day workshop that explores the early pin-hole method of photography prior to the invention of lenses.
This method was also used as “camera obscura” as a way for early painting artists to layout landscapes. During this workshop students will turn a paint can into a camera and will come away with prints made with the paint can camera.
Be sure to register by June 2 to save a spot in this class! Space is limited.
Saturday Workshops at the Center are a great way to try out a new art form, connect with other who share your interests, and meet local artists in the community.